Commercials. Wild Things 2 is only worth watching because it and Wild Things 3 were clearly filmed simultaneously, and if you don't see them both, you won't have the fun of identifying all of the sets they used in both movies.
Flight deck. Tyrol has wiped off the goo and is sitting by the Raider. Boomer strolls in and asks if he's having problems. Tyrol grouses about the ship while Boomer starts stroking her hands lovingly over the Raider's wings. She dreamily suggests that it's "more of an animal, maybe, than the human models." Tyrol is either enraptured or creeped out as Boomer dreamily stands by the ship's, um, head? Cabin? The blobby part in the middle. She suggests, "You can't treat it like a thing and expect it to respond. You have to treat it like a pet." She suddenly wakes up from her reverie and, in more normal tones, says that's her guess. Tyrol repeats, "Your guess?" Boomer pissily says that yeah, it's a guess, and asks if he wants to say something to her. Tyrol leaps up and screams, "You're a Cylon!" No, not really.
Tigh is paying Starbuck a visit in sickbay. She's thrilled to have visitors, asking, "Is there something you wanted, or did you just drop by to torment me, sir?" Heh. While Tigh looks over her clipboard, he mentions that Tyrol could use some help with the Raider. "But clearly you still need the rest," he observes, giving her a disparaging once-over. Starbuck quite rightly calls Tigh on his attempt at reverse psychology. Tigh chuckles, "Every day you spend in that bed is a day that I have my opinion of you confirmed." Exit Tigh, rockingly.